MYELOID/NK CELL PRECURSOR ACUTE LEUKEMIA (the category myeloid/NK cell precursor acute leukemia is defined as a CD7+56+, sCD3-, myeloperoxidase-neoplasm with lymphoblastic morphologyref) is poorly defined and likely arises from an early multipotential myeloid/NK cell. Extramedullary disease is more prominent than usually seen in AML with nodal disease in 87%, mediastinal involvement in 20% and skin involvement in approximately 10%
Aetiology : EBV has not been detected
Laboratory examinations :
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